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Committee on AdministrationCommittee on the JudiciaryConstitution, Civil Rights and Civil LibertiesIntroducedNovember 13th, 2013
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No Taxpayer Money for Corporate Campaigns Act of 2013
To prohibit entities from using Federal funds to contribute to political campaigns or participate in lobbying activities.
No Taxpayer Money for Corporate Campaigns Act of 2013 - Prohibits: (1) the use of federal funds received by any entity, other than a natural person, to advocate the election or defeat of a political candidate or to engage in any lobbying activity; (2) use such funds for voter registration or get-out-the-vote activities; or (3) donate such funds to any entity that advocates for the election or defeat of a political candidate or engages in lobbying activities. Exempts from this ban the use of funds by an entity for an activity specifically authorized by federal law, rule, or regulation.